Book Printing handmade in Tibet

In Parkhang Dege monastery in Tibet, built during the reign of the Qing dynasty by Chokyi Tenpa Tsering (1687-1738) treasure about 200,000 wooden blocks which are then printing from religious books, history, literature, art, medicine, astronomy and calendars arithmetic. The laborious process is completely handmade from start to finish.


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